Jessica Simpson ended her recent vacation is style.
On Monday, the 41-year-old singer and fashion designer took to Instagram to share a sultry mirror selfie with her 5.9 million followers on Instagram, to mark the end of her family getaway to Cabo San Lucas, Mexico.
“Adios Cabo San Lucas,” she captioned the photo, which featured Simpson showing off her toned and trim figure in a gold leopard-print bikini, chic sunhat, oversized sunglasses and peep-toe heels.
Fans immediately weighed in on the star’s look, dubbing Simpson “a gorgeous summery queen.”
“Gorgeous, Jess! Powerful woman with a powerful voice, a rockin’ body and a great soul!” one user commented.
“How are you so pretty? This is such a mood and I want to go on vacay now…if only I had your body!” another user commented
“Wow! Stunning,” a follower said. “You have been working hard and the payoff is evident. Congrats!”
In an earlier post, Simpson credited her slimmer frame to a lot of ‘hard word, determination and self love.”
Simpson looked happy and fit in a pink paisley bikini, tie-dye hat and a white pair of sunglasses.
For many fans, the post manifested body confidence and positivity, as the star expressed how “proud” she was after gaining and losing 100 pounds with each pregnancy.
Her followers left hundreds of supportive comments praising her transparency, with many fans and mothers calling every moment ‘inspiration.’
“Yes girl You’re such an inspiration! Gives me motivation to work on my body!” commented a fan.
‘Amazing accomplishment-not just the weight but the self confidence,’ another said. And you look great!”
“As a fellow mother, thank you so much for being open and honest about how bodies change during pregnancy,” added another user. “Many other mothers are inspired by your hard work!”
In April 2021, Simpson revealed that she never weighs herself because she doesn’t want to preoccupied by the number on the scale.
“I have no idea how much I weigh. Like, I just want to feel good and be able to zip my pants up. If I don’t, I have another size. I have every to you,” Simpson said in an interview with TODAY. “I’ve really tried my hardest to not let that define me.”